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5, 3 VONjpWilA POWDER,
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Corn. 0 Waahingtoii avd FreatStreets,
(utr rnorniEToit of tiik " WKTKns'HoTKi.,")
,TI M- " til
w i tf din m i Mmi miin iiintiM vtntvt
..' AV1C1U 'lAIVEltl lilt, tAUUrLil IIUUCI.,1
'MJmlM)y)llEf'ITrED AND 'ilEFtriNTSH
'ElJ If. la ridw'hrl'i'ifretl inri'oolveniiditccniiiino-
, Oftw.Itii" truif.iis mill lornicr inlron and the
general Irn'telllng public. Fur safely iln llio
.tvnnt-i.f i lire unit the coiivunlauou of piiflls,
ft SEUOMt I'ASSAtilihiin Ix-i'll npenwl to the
SI.EEl'mtMIARTMKN8lMlh sro CMnitio-
-dloiiH'Mwl Hunvtitnl nrrmiuvd fur thi'neonmrmJIn-
'THIS' hie la'Wiiirit; i'.nirci' 4hfc MicomWat
Landing limn nny otlicrlu
" TV 1'oiili.ii.l.
THE HOTEL COACH
LatlcjidoiTasi it lh s!jatsaHt.a)sdb:igs
reirfoorB!y 6r- vrhtirhr?fc--Tho
Pronrli'lnr will tiiitlurliiko Hint notliliiir ahull lie
left umtont lo ronilct bit house attractive. hml
try Br3e j r"v r i
ST 'rilU rtJVYIlflJl.
fill! 11 Nlv4fc AfafimB.
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JACKSONVILLE, SATURDAY, ' MARGH 21, 180S.
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Rp-jWiMitMatatBat ihiill'jiiijjiil Tri'T.-r ijiii
J. 0. WALL.
DUCAN & WALL,
jfOtWAMIG AIB COMMISSION
Corner of Front uud F titreetn,
,. , CRESCEST.OITY. A
nHEV; WILL ATI Kt.'l) TO THE linCEIV-
J.' Imf uui orw urdiuK.'i"l KuuJ culruHti 4 ;
(licfr cafe, with nrnninlncVit nmini)ipatcli. They
bavonttCtmp IWtf f Hr((0 liOTTdriiRn riiFiilorTiiK
Kooiln, and linvo mail') arraiiRcmcnt no Hint
tnorclinntn iIoIiir Intilur" tliroiifili llirin will
uot fuller liy any ovurcIiurgvF, or loio unjr Just
claim fur tR0biln loot., t j r
f.r Coiiilnmi'Utii tollcltcd. llcrclmudUc
'received omtornjioT . lucidly
t, Per, Britt, '
JACKSONVILLE, OREGON. .
DONE IN THE FTNESH STl'Ll! 6F ART.
OR.ENLAftaUUTO IJFE SIZE.
the mm , iwmik
18 NdivtIN POSSESSION OF THE ENTIIIE
toc,k of mntcrlnl and tool rormerl bu
lbtiRlnK to CukIcIIo i ColTiii. Mr. Cuitullo
tbtviiiffi wlll.diawn.,il'.lt Collin will contlnuu
Die bimluviii. and enn liu found nt lilit ulinp,
Cerntsr mt O and Thrid MtreclR,
'puimfctl'to d' work tu h woikiimnllku iimunvr
. and nt ritonnnble nlli'.
Jaekroiivlllc.'ct. 13, lfiC7. .octlOtf
S. M. FARREN.
DR. A. B. 0VEH8E0K,
Physician & Surgeon,
Olllco at bin rwldcnce, In the Old Overbeck
Iloipltnt, on Ori'KOn Strcul.
physician and surgeon,
OiTICE-Cornor of California and Tilth
fltrcota, Jacluonvillo, Opt.
Tie will practice In Jnckfon and ndjnccnt
cotintlti, and attend promptly to iprofciialnnil
DR, A. B. OVERBECK'S
In tho Ovcrbock Hospital,
WARM, COLD & SHOWER DATIIS,
SUNDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS.
F. GUUIIE, M. D.,
OFFICE remoTed to Oregon Btroot, near
ly oppoiito tho French Bettauraat.
Jiickto.ivlllc, Dec. 21t, 181.7. dec21:tr
DH. LEWIS G A NUNC,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON AND
WILL attend to nny'ubo may rrnulro liU
nitIcvh. Odlco niljolulnu N. iiniipolV
Every Saturday BIernlapltky
a. r. dowbxl,
OFFICE, CORNER '(? JJIIRD STREETS
' TERSIII OP1 MtTRIlCRfPTf OWi
CIFnr Onecnr.ln advance. Fohr Dolbifdi ir
mid wllliln tho fir t six month Of the Vci. Ave
yoir: u not.pam anui me expiration or.tbe
y'r, ilx dollart. f '
TERMS OF ADCRTINfh
IbPtlitl ulure'iicrfdiirtbjiglimcrit of Arrioj1-
icati Mens. 'The cons31MatroK of tho
dcntinics ot nil tho British aeUlen6nts
on this'colitiiictit in one LecislitUrc,
tThc St. Prtut iZVwiw tells n story
ftVoUt tiio grntitttilo of a Wunltliy nnd
uiisiuuuiuo yiiiuiK irisiiintiu. who via.
makes the work of Republlcanitingni.d Uf.(, xUt Inycnr U ',.,.
mmu! ai.k& .AUUi .J .l.l I .t . i . . i
Ow Mjunrn (10 Unci or lew), tint Inser
tion. Tlirco Dollar; eneh mleqnent Inwr
lon. One Dollar. A discount oHl'ty percent
will ha mucin tn tliosa who ndrcrtlsc l.y the
mf LifU Trnlrt rvcclT td at (utt.nl tutu,
shot Hoii. on
t t 1 iii
.-.NEW BROOMS SWEEP CLEAN!
r THEN GO TO PREATEIS
. .AND DliY THE J1CST J.V ,THE SABJ.1.T,
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
J.Faclory on cornoror Oregon, nnd llulii,Si .
by the,iOild..bMllnwf Jlnll, nnd oppofllo the
Jackaonville, Nov. iitttli. 181.7. no30-fim
"rrAT ur-iAT call.
ALL.TIIOSUJN,Li;UTJ:0 TO US AUK
J lirreh.vi.nl ihV) in cnim forward uud pny
up by ilit Ural iUv of January ensuinj:, u It
will ccrtiitnly be Wi Hielr liiffr-1 lo tin n. us e
C'tnnnl do liiMlncr8 Hilluiiil tnonry tn inrvl our
. own bubililit; i und .furllierniore. (kfiiiinic il
(Iclfrmimd to tslnlilUh'w'slrici cush bmls li
boslnwuljrljiu flrst duy ol Juuuury, 18C8,
od will, natch-puri (mm it.
,', .surroN ,yvoK.. ,
Jacksonville. Dfy. lOjh, 1867. dftfllf'
'"nUILDEJlS. ANDrOTUERS WHO DESIIIE
S lime, will Dud coliatnnl supply, ot the
fbert quality In qumitllisi to suit, nt my shop
on Main street, between Oregon and Third, op.
tposlteiMullcr ik-tUrciituno'e store. In inynb.
.-'enoe, Mr.'AUx. Mtf tliiiwlll wait upon customers.
"- - AMI
Stone Mbhou Work
'done on.ternia tn poll the time. Orders from
.xaUUX R. PKAUOUK.
Jsckionvllle, April 26, 1667. ap27
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"WKM Vtafc Jim tbU day Ueo adnUled a part-W-m
iiBiouriflr. t . , i ,.
"Tko fci,nSnw wilt be coaUnued undsr .Ibe
ttylearfi.iiolisKroi, r(i . f
la e,ui.t!Hueiioe of-tkeabo.ro change.lt .la an
llMpetss)(v'-taHesUv for wita call oa all those
Mdb4ed'(atthiol4 Ormato settle at ouce,
HMe-lfWi muswey an notes. .
'Ttisasiful.fi-'r.lhe.sitWoiuiRe bentofore so lib
IWrtly!leMWl.'l:lo tw.we bop .by .strict and
aaWtiVfiAU,'iMi SAOUS BROS.
"JUriti eih, Ja 8. ' Rar7l
Tl.f lt I'n.ln.rurtU Uloodl
A vr) AiirtciiOUDilnkl
Unur.l fur Actti.tr ..irrlr lull grntljr on
III. MrSlluU tit it MJUUJ kuK.U,
ttuu.acl. wt liter I
Fur ulv at all vrl.uUaale and retail liquor.
It I.( auu jntrtj .totn,
NOBODY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT I
TAVLOIl DESW.L. B"l Aesnti,
JalWyap u 4t,pujit. Mo riaacUeo,
Ob, guardian of a nation's life,
In bar dark days of anxious strife
And inorttl bate :
With fcrct lab pulse and throbbing brala
Yi'e listen for thy volco again.
Hopeful and patient In our pain,
For thee we wait t
A people's lore to tbee la Rlvtn
Most sacred trust on this side Iliaycn
Most holy care ; ' '
Ob, In this dark and dangerous hour,
tVhllo threatening clouds around us lower,
Gird thee with muji-sfy and putter
To do aud darol
Awny with each Ignoble sohemo!
I'crlsh ambition's giddy dream
And dazzling glare;
Noblest before the nation's sight
Is ho bo for the truth nnd right
Ilares his strong arm In manly light,
Scorning to fear.
Oh, not the triumphs of an boar,
The gaudy pageantry of poster,
Are worthy thee;
For tho recording angels wait,
NoIclt'M within the balls of state,
Trembling lest thou sbouldst come too late
For victory I
0 Thou, who boldest In thy band
The hearts of all men to command
And lo Inspire ;
Ilrt-alho Thou upon these human wills;
Ilrcathe till one steady purpose fills,
Aud earthly pa-flnn atUls . r.mi,
IUiitutb Thy Orel
On them and Thoo our Irust Is stayed,
I, O. G. T.
A LHIA'LOUGE. NO. 1. 1. 0. G T.. UOLIW
ti- II" ivj,ul,r,""pi,W1 Tuwtbij turning
I.r iMicVuccktiit lht il'trictrcl.nl House, In
Jnoksotivlllf. LOIKiE tn'iis nt 7 o'clock.
DCGKi'i: MEiniNGS lhV lit-t Titwibu ureaoli
month. itPn r uiljuurtiinViit or SUUOIUHNATE
All m''iilx'r of the Order In j;ood standing
nacordIitlly Invited to Iki present.
u. w. huuiiu, tv.u. i.
J. It. Waihs. Soc'v.
Jacksonville, Feb. fith. IfifiB.'
, Warren Lodge No, 10. A. J. ft .A. M
A HOLD their regular commmtlcutloi
jyon the Wednesday EvculiigKbrpriccd.
Ar Ing the lull moon. In 'Ai'Kxtiux, -fcuov
C. W. SAVAflK.Sco'y.
The Best Ueiuedy fpr I'lirifylHg
tbellltiod, Strengthening the Nerves. Kutoriug
the Lost Aopetilr, Is
FKESE'S IIAMDUIIO TEA.
It Is the best preservative ngslnstnl most any
a(cknes. ( ustt! Hmely. Composed ol herljs
oilly, It can bo given snfcly to Infanta rull dl
recliouHln English. French, Fp-.nan and Ger
nian, wlb evtry iiagkuge. Tt' 1TJ
For hle nt nil the wholesale and retail drug
stores aud groceries.
EMIL FltESE, Wholesale Druggist,
Sole Agent. 411 Ulny street,
r i j '
tfOOT AND SHOE MAKERS.
NOTICE. Having 'disposed of our Fac
tory, we are now prepared to give our whole
attention to ou' Lentbur nnd Finding business.
On 'bond, direct' froth France, Calf A Kip,
Dqinestlo (Leather, UootiLega.ctc.
JouNG,JUtv. IL.Favk!, IJounBbat,
' New Yqrk. j raris, San rrancleco.
Addreaa, nElN&nitAY, Sap Francisco,
r 416 Duller Street.
""' ' IMaadHU lacMie St, Baa fraoejsM.
We will not. causj.it be afraid
What v'irbt tide;
Oh, hear ft nation's yearnlug cry,
To ll.eo wullrt our suppliant eye,
On Thy protection we rely,
II. mi art our Guide I
The Tendency of Events In IJrlt
(Fr.Mii tit. bun i'r.bcl.Cvi Ubllvtlu
Tho inliuliitniit of Ili-ttlrtli Cohmiuiii
lme tet out on their joiiiney townnln
jiiiiicxation to tho United States, hut
jikU'iiu of coming by tiio tiircut route
they prefer traveling by the. rounda
bout way of the Dominion of Canada.
Their cntn-Mu may not bo a w ic one, but
it is' intelligible. With that want ol
eonlidenou in thetnseivi'Hattd thciropin
ions, which pioceeds itptn iniffortuiie
,aud peeiuiiiiry ()nlaiaf.Hment, tliis
handful orooloiit nru aft aid toiuk thn
Uiiii,li Government to allow them to
join tlieniM'h es to tho Amt'i iean Repub
lic 'J'liey are, however, willing lotlel
egiftb 'heir iiitvjuit(s;tnd dehtiny to the
Legicliitnip of tho Dotniu(on. They
:itOiwilliig lo eomy over, tl(o line when
r.tliets come; they are not williiig"to
pomu fi)Kt. Rather than eomo fitt
they atv willing to riik startation for
ten years lunger. Rather than do that
for which there is no KnglUh precedent,
they will forego all hope of commercial
prosperity for the present.
Tho Dominion of Canada is therefore
likely, in extent, to realize tho idea of
its authors. I lie Atlantio maratimu
provinces, though tlioy chnfo at tho
colnieotion rtro bound to tho Conteder
ntion, possibly bgyoi)c1 the power of se
ceding. Tho northwest territory is
about' to bo annexed and it only re
quires tho accession of British Colum
bia to stretch tho boundaries of tho ter
ritory of 'tho newly fouhded nation lrom
ocoah to ocean. "
When the Domingo tins gained eve
rything nnd completed the programme
Of it's organization, it will he so much
nearer its destruction. It will bo com
posed f a number of sinall communi
ties, separated from each other by long
slretohesbf wilderness wUhout identity
of 'co'mtaerphil interests without oven
tho sympattiy that springs 'from inter-
comtminication or knowledge of caclij
annexing tnem easy ana simple.
When these Provinces come to us, vv6n
in time of peace, they will all como nt
once, and riot as they would otherwise
have done, siticly or in batches of two
or three. The only idciititofintcrest
the confederated colonics' Have is In the
answer to tho question whether they
shall continue to live under tho Royal
Standard of England orltoi-t the Stars
and Stripes. When the day fbr thii set
tlement bf that question has come and
p.-tst, Cannda will cease to trouble hcr-
Bclf about the affairs of British Colum
bia nnd devote herself to cultivat
ing her commercial relations with the
Middle States. The niaratimc prov
inces will resume their trade in fish nnd
lumber with their old customers on our
southern Atlantic seaboard. The North
west Territory, ns the Hudson Hay
country is called, -will find its interests
mixed up with those of Ncbraskn and
Minnesota.- Vancouver Island will re
sume its relations with San Francisco.
Newfoundland will care no more what
goes on in Riitisti Columbia than the
people of Texas do for what happens
in Washington Territory. EnchNvill
interest themselves most in the riflltir
of tho States and Territories that aro
contiguous, and with which they have
ready communication. nshington
will then be tho common eeutio at
which tho representative of the Stiekeen
Territory and Prinoo Edward's Island
can meet, nnd to do no tliev Will uot
have to pass through foreign territory,
as the Pacific members of the Legisl.v
tute of the Dominion must In proceed
ing to their capital, Ottawa.
At present the Canadians, using the
term in its new and wider sense, are so
cngngetl in making professions of loy
ttltytlist'tlieycannot give time to tile
study of their own interest, arid perhaps
their Interests do incline, toward Brit
ain as long ns tho British Government
will spend millions upon milllonsof dot
lars wrung from her struggling taxpay
ers" at home, in subsidizing this cosily
colonial toy. Hut tho day will come
when the golden cord which united the
old Kingdom with tho new Dominion
will be cut iiover itgain to hu lenewcd.
When that day comes, and it is not
distant, the death blow to Canadian
loyalty will havu been leeched, uud it
will not bo many yea is, perhaps not
many mouths, befote the Canadian seo
lion of the United States will ho the
most bitterly inimical to everything
Hi Irish of any in the Union. England
lit laying the foundation of this bad
feeling by sapping tho virtue out of
During '(lie trutmncr of 180(3, flic soil
bf nh eminent Irish lord oamo to St,
Pauffof the recovery of itjs iicnitli,'
Instead of openly proclaiming his
Wealth and titles as is often tiio case
he simply nnnoune.cd himself: ns "Mr.
Torrance. fVom Dublin." This courso
secured hitn quiet and jreedotn lrom
Hid Byc'opnaUtio fawnings of tlioe wiio
nro eer ready to toady to tho wealthy
and titled. ' During one or his accus
tomed walks through one of tho va
cant lots on Summit avenue, op a
wnriti evening ill August, the exertion
proved too great tor his strength, nnd
alone and unprotected ho felllaiuttng
to the crountl. Mr. Wejb. of tiio fiiin
of Cook it Webb, wns driving by at
(lie time, nnd happening to see the
ntnii lull, ho quickly sprang from lii
buggy, fastened liU tiorso to -a small
oak, and ran to oHVr the, sen lco of a
good Samaritan to llio unconscious
When tiio fatr-facctl yqlujg iiinn re
covered front his Mvoon, lie fouihl iU
head tenderly supported in tho hand's
Of Mr. Webb, nnd his cars gieetcd
with such words of Kindness, that they
glvc,i thb Hollowing s herniation con
cerning tfik silattugulsiicV national
D. R Ldcko( thb gerttlc'nTftn who la
so well known under the alwvo nlias,
lit es here' in Toledo, ntiif is tho eiliW
of tho Jlladf. Tho nl0V0f facts scent
tb Ijc'liretty welt knowii, IoY ilV what-1
ever part o( thistbrondjcoltlnentIbar
taken occasion to mention Toledo'!
have beenniklMl'Irtinfefliftltly'if I eVer
sAtrNasly. AhrJnt tlib nrstthififf
tliat I ditlthcrcrojy, in tills city,' Woi
to got,mys9ir introduced to him. Ho
wan in lia s,liirt sle,ovrs, in the very
liighest ptqry of the iiW building
looking over some exchanges, "Sit
dowtf, sir," hbsaid, "how nrcVilhhafn
This mis tho introduction to our first
conversation. I have sewn a good deal
ol hint, since, and Jinvo found iim tuby
tho oddest, best imturod specimen ot
out! mco that I have coma, across. IIo
Is n shnrf, chubby man, nboit thirty
live years of ngv, Hark, hair, gray bhio
eyes, chin whiskers nnd is married.
IIo was horn in Vestal,, Now York,
near which place, at Cortland, heleann
ed the printing business was a Jour
printer mrtiiV years, published n consid
erable htimbcr of cdtintry papers, and
reported sqmo on city Journals. He
coniindnccd tho "Nasby" loiters In hit
owtl paiwr, tho Jfaneoch JtftmnUtml
at Findlay, Ohio, In lflK Hd has tiK
ready published (wo books; and th"
thiM, which is to bk? tailed "Ekkoei'
fVom Ivfe,niucky;' Is coming out tlita
month In Boston. Last uinivr Mr;
Locke refused 000 invitations to dec
tttre, because ho won ntrnld to stand
bcfbii''an ntidlciice Ho 'says ho never
could mtister cohrngq to second n hi'o-
lion nt u pblitlcnl mi'eliiig. Not Jonir
-i i-i. .i.... i-. i ....... . .1
acted upon his inlsauth.opto 'spirit IlkoK"0,0 " ,,olntly" rtf ll,!rl)" VVQV ''
drops of ...agio balm orl.olv Uicciwe. ?' ' .'?r c"-''ly mu M t,,u "W
irom iMytoii nna Cincinnati to soothe
the natural regaid which the British
sfttlcis liavo for tliy mother country.
Kughiiid's lavish expenditure on Cana
da hai induced a spirit of mendicancy,
against ttic growing claims oi winun
Eiiglitthmeii of tho middle nnd working
flasks must revolt booner or later.
Camilla is, nnd has been for ycais, n
professional beggar. Tiio hatred aris
ing 'out of tho lubcllion of 1837 has
only been smothered by alms. The
moio is given the louder her shouts ol
loyalty may ho now, but tho larger her
demands will be in tho future, When
they become so largo nnd so frequent
that they cannot bcsutUficd, hercurM-s
will be deep in proportion ns her bless-
jugs wero noisy, About then tho time
when our Paeifjo seaboard will extend
from California to Alaska will bo at
A man in Npw Jertoy ndvertiscs to
repair broken pledges ; hollow hearts
filled on tho premises by competent
haiidA.&ud.tiarbJe haljs urnUbcdpn
tho shortest .notice; fopd memories
taken lii exchange. AJso, heart-strings'
iurnlslied at short notice, hard hearts
melted dbwn, black hearts regilt, bril
liant eyes set. old Roman noses new
vamped, gray hair curled and dyec,
parched ip made ruby, an.d. wrinkles
pressed out, all on the most reasonable
iropi oi mug
Sttflice it hero to say that itotii thnt in
terview n friendship tin intimaoy
sprung up between these gentlemen
that was almost brotherly. Soumikod,
were these maiiilestatiotiM, that they
excited tho comment of huudieds of
our citizens, who now well remember
seeing these two gentlemen riding and
walking together every pleasant even
iilg for uiaiiy weeks. In tho month of
November the young Irlsli Moid tyok
his departure; uud with htnf wei)t till
scetvt of his wealth nnd title. "Last
wceVMr.'WcubrWelvc!d 'nn cxps
package from Loud (in containing a let
ter from his young friend, in which ho
gives a history of his family ; states
that his retidenco of four months Ju
Sf. Paul entirely reestablished his.
health, and that ho wishes Mr. Webb
to accept and wear tho enclosed ring
as a " memento of Undying love." The
ring is a largo cluster of very brilliant
di'imoiids of the first water) mid is pip-
nolinced by bur jewelers to bo worth
The wheat erop bf this State in 1864,
was 4,861,288 sicks; having a "valae of
,.,, wnntn. Thn TiWod States can t.7.281.987i 'That! of 1887'Wi(b Iff.OOO'.-U,
vtsivsw .,,... . . . , - j.,' ' .( r ii? hwips
wU arardtp,stan4')y,And wtch tbesa 000 pf sackehvipg a value of rnqreojng, fhmPSi WW PJ-M w?
changes, because tbey prepari) the way than $30,000,000. the reply.
(JllA.NT ANIi McClXLLAN.Thc Now
Yitk A"oli ill an ajticlo entitled
"The Soldier," saysj that "llio t'koii
of Ciiant's lifu is that vtheiuvnr vo are
placed, we no doing pur jilgbwl npil
liest political woik when vvo;trv doing
the woik nearest nt lmi'l, n,u v'(t;l
wp luiye been fcpviially assigned t tlijtt
theie ii io such sen nut of the country
:n ho who keeps his iiiiui)stcaiily fjxct)
on what hu knows to be his busiuciks,"
(J rant's icul gmUum is teen, aceotd-
ing to the Nation, in this, that hojpg
a soldier, "he died to hu the best kind
of a soldier sjmply, und not n mongrel
politiei.ni, with newspapers, dopumeiits,
ami drafts of speeches sticking out of
the pockets of n uniform coat." In
llliKtrating tho temptation, which tho
American soldier has to resist in kick
ing to his pioper business and refusing
to meddlo with politics, the writer de
livers n tet riblo thittst nt McClellnn,
vvho; wheif ho fottntl himself driven
back on Haiilson'a Landing, with his
army perishing by iiiclus and tliu na
tion looking on in ngouy, " retired to
his tent niid wroto out, for Mr. Lin
coln's edification, his 'views on tho
st.tto of tho couiijy,' old T views' too,
with which he had probably been
crammed n mouth previously by Now
York politicians." J Times.
Tooru Acmc-r-At n meeting ol the
London iMedieal Society, Dr. Blakb,
a distinguished practitioner, said that
ho'wasabloto euro hd niost desnerr
nto caso of tooth ache,, uncs the dsr
ease was coniicuU'fl. with rlreiimatism,
tyM appllp,atjo.i pj tiio, toJlpjYjng
remedy: Alum, reduced to an initial-
)inblo powder, (wo drachmJ; nitrolis
spirits of other,! seydn d'raehms j mix
and apply to tho tooth: jit j
man who wrotu tho u Nitsby" letterf,'
and the poor fellow hatl lo bo dragged
by main foico Ooiimi hen, p. of ,iubbih
into which hu bad precipitated himteU
for concealment;1 and jUien. he (hanked
God, in their Rearing, when they Haiti
ed to. leave. Jn the faco ol all this he
has prepared h lecture, whloli ho enti
tles 'The Nigger,' aud Is nhw engaged?
to" deliver It In ovcroub hundred towof
and cities. In reply, to the question
howilio was going. to stand beforo-ao
rnatiy nudineerhbald r "Virt build
ing a big house, nnd I must' Imvo ibe
'i w i
Ax nnvedoto woith Itugiiing over
Is told olk a iu.i)i -Avho had nu inflruilty,
ns well as .nppetilo for fish. Ho wasi
anxious to keep up his oharacter for
honesty, every vvMlo making a bill
with his 'iivrehtint, ns tho story govs,
and when his back was turned tho lion
est buyer slipped a codfish up utidpr
hi coat tail, But tho garmept wa
toofboit to ttoyer up tho thejt, and
tho ineruhant peiceivod it. "Now,'.'
said tho customer, anxious to inprove
all, tho npi6r(unllics to vail attention
tn his viitues, "Mr., Merchant, I have
trntlcd with yoti n great deal) and have
paid you up promptly and honestly;
haven't IV" "Oh, yes," answered
(he mot chant 'I Imvo no 'complaint.'
" Well," said tho customer, "1 alwaya
insisted that honesty was tho best pol
icy, uud tho best nilo to livo and die
by." "That's srt," replied tho imir
qlinnt. And tho customer turned to
depart. " Hold on, friend I" cried tho
merchant, "Speaking of honesty," I
hnvo a hit of advico to givu you
Whenover you come to trade again
you had bcjto wear a longer coat or
steal n shorter rodfUh.
H Hfi.vp, WS askvA ,wljat Jiq. was
This Now Yoik TYIbune prints near
ly two solid double columns of names
of persons on the Registry List of that
city, who cannot bo found at the place
where they prctendefl tp live, This'Sa
only a part of tjlc lst, f b exl remo lejigtH
pruventipg ft)) ptblcu)iou, Thin ii
known us the "gttal Democratio reao-tiou."
Tub destiny o tho World' oltli
Jiangs oqjho, smallest tr.jfcs. AA. lt
miff between Charles, Bynaparte .and
lilA I-ti,il piKhV.ltyP. brqKon, e
a inarriagp, wfeicb, gaye, b,irth ta jNapc
l9fi' JIIMlrtft-ttlttof Tat0fl. fB.
ppsaajitlft mjfl a) Jiaep pl9.jlj
'WSs-Af:'? W Kvo V Vatj theft fy
n '!' T)HW- 't I t M
I", W VW W3M tocjed jt wj.
VI.hoJc qt, .to rftif .tlmaWai,Ulf
(iake'6f tbeifur. J fttt
, , 1 .' 'iU U
Nbvkb waitfee argument1
..in,. i i.fi:
wno apes no
Wood' . which
peofila who love dispuUsUtw.
es not k-nowib'clH'-frilui'"
'c,h. i!rnsW0with $fam